Hi, I'm Jennifer—an aspiring data scientist with a knack for solving complex problems.
I am a rising, 4th-year graduate student at the University of Arizona, where I study the formation of massive, ultra-diffuse galaxies. I use statistics, data visualization, machine learning, and image processing to solve major problems in galaxy evolution.
I grew up near Los Angeles, California and earned my bachelors degree in physics at UCLA. I love traveling, visiting family and friends, playing board games, and watching competitive figure skating. In the winter (when Tucson is not 117℉), I enjoy playing intramural volleyball with my astronomy cohort and cycling on Tucson's 120+ miles of continuous bike paths.
Here's my resume: Resume